Tyndale House Publishers or Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association?

January 29, 2014


The topic: Pastor Mark Driscoll’s citation problems — which have continued and continued and continued — which were first identified on a radio show.

The issue at hand: Tyndale House Publishers’ decision to defend Driscoll, one of the publisher’s authors, against plagiarism charges in a specific book, A Call to Resurgence. Three excerpts from the statement as it appeared on a Christianity Today website:

[1] “On November 21, 2013 Pastor Mark Driscoll participated in a radio interview via phone to promote his new book, A Call to Resurgence. The interview was arranged by his book publisher, Tyndale House. During that interview, the talk show host accused Pastor Driscoll of plagiarism in his new book, claiming that he had not properly cited ideas that originally came from Peter Jones, Director of truthXchange and Adjunct Professor at Westminster Seminary in California.”

[2] “Pertaining to his Tyndale book, A Call…

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